Ystyriwch, Gyfeillion annwyl, gymhellion cariad a gwirionedd yn eich calonnau. Take heed, dear Friends, to the promptings of love and truth in your hearts. x

Cytûn and Quakers in Wales

Cytûn (Churches Together in Wales)

Cytûn unites in pilgrimage those churches in Wales which commit themselves to seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with one another, by common witness and service in the world.

It is Cytûn’s task to help the churches to worship together and to witness in the light of each other’s convictions. This work continues in worship and service.

Meeting of Friends in Wales has a Quaker representative on the Board of Trustees who reports back on activities and involvement. We actively take part in the ecumenical network of interfaith advancement.

Each year Cytûn organises a Christian presence of the Urdd Eisteddfod, Royal Welsh Show and the National Eisteddfod. Planning these events gives Christians from different traditions opportunity to work together to provide space for important conversations and fellowship together.

If you are interested in contributing to this please let us know and we will help you make connections.


Review of Cytûn activities during 2017

 

 Previous editions of Cytûn Newsletters:

Cytûn Policy Bulletin November 2017

Cytûn Policy Bulletin September 2017

Cytûn continue actively to monitor the National Assembly and Welsh
Government and co-ordinate the responses of our member churches
and organisations to legislation, consultations and debates. A regular
Policy Bulletin is published with updates on all the devolved policy
areas, and Westminster matters of particular relevance to Wales. This
can be read on the Cytûn website, or can be sent free of charge direct to
your Inbox by emailing: gethin@cytun.cymru

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a reading from Q F & P 27.01:

The humble, meek, merciful, just, pious, and devout souls are everywhere of one religion; and when death has taken off the mask they will know one another, though the divers liveries they wear here makes them strangers.

William Penn.  1693.

 


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